October 2017 Newsletter
Adaptive Autosar: Ready for Carmaker Deployment in 2019
The Autosar partnership is on schedule for the second Adaptive Autosar software release--which adds security features to the platform--at the end of October 2017.
5G Automotive Association Argues Powerfully for Cellular-V2X
The 5GAA makes its case for C-V2X (cellular vehicle-to-everything communications) as an alternative to 802.11p. Qualcomm will have a C-V2X chipset ready for sampling in the second half of 2018.
Texas Instruments, The Company Profile
TI's revenue from automotive has been growing at nearly 17% per year over the last five years. The company cites its broad product portfolio as the main driver.
J.D. Power Study: Some Tech Features Go Unused
J.D. Power's Tech Experience Index Study reveals that some consumers find high-tech features unnecessary or too difficult to use. For example, a high percentage of vehicle owners who have automatic parking or in-vehicle concierge services have never tried using the features.
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